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  • Ontario Expanding End-of-Life Care in Durham

    Ontario Expanding End-of-Life Care in Durham

    Increased Capacity Part of Province’s Plan to End Hallway Health Care

    PORT PERRY — Ontario is expanding compassionate palliative care services for patients and families in the Durham region as part of the government's plan to end hallway health care.

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  • Ontario Unveils Design for Afghanistan War Memorial

    Ontario Unveils Design for Afghanistan War Memorial

    Canadian heroes of the war in Afghanistan to be honoured at Queen’s Park

    TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government unveiled the design for the Memorial to Honour Canadian Heroes of the War in Afghanistan, a monument to honour the veterans and the fallen members of the Canadian Armed Forces who served in Afghanistan.

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  • Working Together to Help the Agri-Food Sector Grow

    QUÉBEC CITY - Today, Ernie Hardeman, Ontario's Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, met with David Marit, Saskatchewan's Minister of Agriculture, to discuss common priorities to support the growth of their respective agri-food sectors. This meeting is one of several initiatives happening under the Memorandum of Understanding for Ontario-Saskatchewan Free Trade that is reducing regulatory burden and creating more opportunities for businesses.

  • Ontario Opening More Transitional Care Beds in the Greater Toronto Area

    TORONTO — Across Ontario, 15 per cent of patients needlessly remain in hospitals waiting to transition to another, more appropriate health care facility or provider. This creates unnecessary strain on the health care system and worsens capacity pressures in Ontario's hospitals. That's why Ontario is investing in innovative frontline care solutions to help end hallway health care. 

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  • Ontario Investing in New Program to Support Seniors' Mental Health

    TORONTO - Seniors want to remain active and live independently in age-friendly communities that are open to their full participation. Yet many seniors face challenges that support their mental health and well-being. With an estimated seventeen to thirty per cent of older adults suffering from mental health disorder, Ontario's government is protecting what matters most by supporting the development of a senior mental health and addictions educational program.

    News Release | Seniors and Accessibility
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